Introducing The CAREer Path Initiative from CareAcademy

by | Apr 27, 2021


Today is a historic day for not only CareAcademy but for the home care and home health industry. We are elated to announce that we have partnered with Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) to now offer college credit for CareAcademy training courses!

This first-of-its-kind higher-education partnership opens new doors for direct care workers to advance their career development by offering new educational pathways based on experience and learning, all for the work that they are already completing as part of their training curriculum.

This is a core component of the CAREer Path Initiative – an all-encompassing effort to promote recruiting new care workers into the industry, enabling agencies to better enable their care staff, and assist direct care workers with achieving their learning goals.

We are launching the CAREer Path Initiative today with industry partnership from the Home Care Association of America, and support from leading agencies VNSNY, Comfort Keepers Franchising Inc, and Best of Care. We invite all agencies to learn more and join their agency peers in this initiative by visiting our launch page. For current CareAcademy customers, you are able to offer the college-accredited training at no additional charge— just sign up and we will help you get started.

Thank you for your support! This is a major step forward as we work together to meet the needs of a rapidly growing workforce.

Be sure to check out a message from our founder and CEO Helen Adeosun below!



 

Visit the CAREer Path Initiative Home Page

Read the launch press release, here.

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